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Dynamic Ambulatory 3D Traction

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pdficonYigal Mirovsky, Arieh Grober, Alexander Blankstein and Ludvik Stabholz "The effect of ambulatory lumbar traction combined with treadmill on patients with chronic low back pain." Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 19 (2006) 73–78.


pdficon "Assessment of an Ambulatory Traction System for Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain With or Without Radiculopathy." presented at the 1999 World Pain Congress by Prof. James E. Heavner, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas, USA


pdficon"Innovative Dynamic Traction as a Treatment for Low Back Pain and Disc Herniation." presented at the 1998 American Back Society Convention (Las Vegas, NV, USA, December, 1998) by Dr. Arieh Grober, Center for Spine Disorders, Tel Aviv, Israel.


pdficon"A New Approach: Treatment and Prevention of Lumbar Disc Herniations by Innovative Traction" By Dr. Ludwig Stabholz and Dr. A. Grober, American Back Society Newsletter, Summer 1992, pp 6, 21, 23-27.


pdficon"The Effect of Lumbar Extension Muscle Strength and Back Pain by Ambulatory Vertetrac Combined with Fast-track" presented by: Myung-Joon Kim, RPT and Kyung-Hoon Sung, MD. at the World Council of Physical Therapists convention, Yokohama, Japan, May 27, 1999.


pdficonCarpanos, Richard, DC “Ambulatory Traction: an Adjunct to Chiropractic Care”. Today’s Chiropractic, May/June 1996. p. 98.


pdficonLee, Sang Ho, M.D., Ph.D., and Ikmo Lee, M.D. “Vertetrac Ambulatory Traction System – a New Diagnostic Method to Decide Percutaneous Lumbar Discectomy”. Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society Addendum, 1995. p. 284.


pdficonTucker, Jeffrey H., DC, C.C.R.D. “Vertetrac Ambulatory traction and the Lumbar Facet Syndrome”. The Digest of Chiropractic Economics, March/April 1994. p. 42


pdficonChristensen, Kim, DC, and Ludwig Stabholz, M.D., Ph.D. “Dorso-Lumbar Idiopathic Scoliosis”. Clinical Chiropractic, January 1993. p. 10.


Stabholz, Ludwig, M.D., Ph.D. Low Back Disorders: Innovative Ambulatory Treatment and Self-Treatment and Prophylaxis. Vantage Press, New York, USA, 1992.


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